Any one have the x-stop device put in there Back, I have had the device put in between L3/L4 , since it is a pretty new procedure, I dont have much history on it..has it been sucessful for you or are you experianceing any problems..I don't know if it has made much of a difference in my Back problems..i have been left with numbing in both feet...when I first take to my surgeon about this he said"feeling might or might not come back"..I have since had two hip replacements this year..I feel like my problem was my hips all along..but I am trying not to focus on a possible unnecessary procedure with the X-Stop..would like any information from any of you who have had this device..and what has your outcome been like...meet a few people who have had this device and now are having problems with it breaking...Kind of scary...Thanks View Thread
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